Charles Cowden Clarke

Died aged c. 90

Charles Cowden Clarke (15 December 1787 – 13 March 1877) was an English author who was best known for his books on Shakespeare. He was also known for his compilation of poems as well as his edition of The Canterbury Tales, which was rendered into prose and widely used.

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In a house on this site Isaac D’Israeli 1766 – 1848 Author (Father of Benjamin D’Israeli) was born Charles Cowden Clarke 1787 – 1877 Author was born and John Keats Poet was educated (The house became Enfield’s first railway station in 1849)

Enfield Town Railway Station, London, United Kingdom where they was born (1787)